Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
Bought and Regret Greatly
I had the idea of buying the tier Jaspers stands in order to replace my RTX and Quiklok stands in X and then win the place below to put my rack devices below in a limited place. I chose the models 4R-120B & 3R-140B and once received in Paris (Thomann delivery service as always, the Top) sent them back to my secondary studio, small but in full nature, very inspiring for the creation. Arrived on the spot it is a cold shower that awaits me, and here are the points to consider: Unpacking. The tiny notice that does not correspond to the model chosen, no spare part, nor a single screw in case of breakdown. Missed 2 nuts (convenient to find them in the countryside). Poor presentiment. The height of the lower part is limited for the lowest keyboard, and does not allow you put yourself normally before the piano, very poor calculations of the engineer (he never played the Piano evident). Without calculating the human knee height, you are then offered, stay on the knee-like rapper typing the keyboard with a finger. Impressive. No way to mount keyboard, because there is no room for other keyboards and it is not modular (nothing modular, see below). Tube quality is mediocre. Aluminum too thin (nothing common like Roland drums stands for example) which I cut, in order to adjust their width, with a simple kitchen knife. Tube surface is too slippery and does not clamp well to clamps. My keyboards have different width (and depth) then, to refine the stand by trying to make it semi-modular, I cut the long tubes in half at the center by putting inside what I found in the country pantry, -the tube of my old vacuum cleaner, much better in metal quality by the way. So I could adjust stand width. At Jaspers, there are no fixers to ensure the stability of their construction. I had to drill the holes in the tubes and put the folding nails in order to troubleshoot the constructive genius signed by Jaspers. The allowable weight for the superposed keyboards is announced at 15kg max. Well, but it is my Minimoog Model D that remains at the limit under the risk of falling on my head. Who calculated these inappropriate weights? For the generalized weights for serious synths are, for example - Yamaha SY77, Oberheim OB12, Korg Z1 - each of 17 kg at least! These engineers from Jasper never approached musicians and their instruments before developing their product? No, it's not that the tablets only and nano synths that musicians use to announce the cruel reality! Why not to ask Musicians before building for them? Without horizontal fixers on the tubes, the keyboards inevitably slip under their weight and arrive in perfectly twisted position on each level which does not add admiration neither to the concert public nor especially to the lucky owner of Jaspers stand. It's really unstable too because of the construction itself: the superposed keyboards are placed on the tube facing A in causing a diving effect, when your whole stand, being overloaded begins to tilt towards you DANGEROUSLY. Normally low tubes should be heavier (hee, not the case, and why do) to stabilize this sordid creation. I put sand in low tubes to troubleshoot stability as one can, discovering at the same time that the casters are of cheap plastic type furniture of 3 cents without resin nor the screws. What stability can be talked about? Everything moves. I finally hooked the back of the stand with the cord to the ripe to not have the worst surprises, but how to do on the stage for example? To What musician will tie his stand? An idea? This is the direct question to Jaspers Engineering C °. The arms of 40 and 60cm - are not modular either. Only one hole in the middle, not even three. I looked for the drill to confine those arms. Hello DIY. It is highly frustrating. The price required for a pair of these arms is nice 34 euros though ... The depths of synths being different, how do you adjust their position to see anyway the panels of your instruments? I'm exaggerating? Since the panels are virtually hidden from seen in Jaspers version? No, it is a pure and also un-natural catastrophe. In summary: the production of this brand is an Absolute FIASCO in engineering and in quality. The prices are way too high without being even justified. For me it is my money and my nerves that are lost but also the cheating and non-respect of the clients. If I could ask for the refund! Or ?ll do these stands end their lives in the garbage? Or will it help me to put some pots and pans on top of it? (Too risky though). Looked, I gave Full constructive ideas to Jaspers house, can be in thanks and EN counterpart it refunds me my ¤ 597.70 anyway? I offer free ideas for improvement of their stands, is it valuable? We'll see there. In any case in current version I strongly discourages to buy the Jaspers stands, at least that their construction would not be reviewed from A to Z, the quality would be compliant ("made in Germany" - by whom?) And the price Adjusted to reality. I ask Thomann to advance this note to Jaspers and demand that their production conform to the requirements of professional musicians. Or urgently mark: "amateur stand for light keyboards and boards". Thank you.
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